Dolakha candidates wooing voters in Kathmandu to ensure victory
Dolakha, October 27
Candidates nominated for the upcoming elections from Dolakha district are busy wooing the voters staying in Kathmandu Valley.
It has been learnt that Nepali Congress leaders busy in door to door campaigns in Kandaghari area of the capital, where a large number of the district folks reside. They have also been seeking financial support from their kin.
Likewise, candidates of the CPN-UML and the CPN-Maoist Centre are also busy in joint interaction with voters staying in Kathmandu, as per CPN-MC leader Bishwash Karki. Local political activists said leaders were in the capital to take other influential leaders of the district into confidence to ensure their victory.
Nepali Congress provincial assembly candidate Barma Lama said they were in Kathmandu to urge voters of his district to take part in upcoming elections. Similarly, the left alliance provincial candidate and CPN-MC leader Bishal Khadka said they were holding interaction with voters of his district. “The leaders in Kathmandu would return to the district only on Saturday and start election campaigns,” said NC district chairperson Rudra Khadka.